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Why Can't They Just Sod Off?

Why Can't They Just Sod Off?

Henry, Wenger, Cole, Vieira, Reyes & now Fabregas. The list of people those slimey twats from the Bernabeua have claimed to be signing or have sign from us grows.

I will take a wild stab in the dark at what happened here and say that candidate, Arturo Baldasano read an article in which Fabregas said, 'I'm focused on the World Cup, I read something on the Internet, but my agent, Joseba Diaz, knows my thoughts.

'I do not know anything, if there is to be some serious movement, we will have to wait and see. Now, my only thought is with the national team.'
and decided to cash in.

While Fabregas' comments are a bit vague, it's clear that this geezer has seized upon a window of opportunity to take advantage of the situation by claiming he has won his signature.

He also reckons Reyes is on his way too.

'We've been in contact with Cesc and his agent has revealed to us that he wants to come to Madrid,' Baldasano told the Spanish media.

'There is nothing better to continue our project to nationalise Real Madrid than by bringing in Cesc, Joaquin and Reyes, with the addition of (Mahamadou) Diarra, who is an extraordinary player.'

I really hope Arsene Wenger lodges an official complaint about Real Madrid as they continuously step over the boundries of professionalism and common decency.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Tuesday June 27 2006
Time: 12:35PM

Comments

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I agree with your final statement. I hate Real, and I think they will do anything to get elected, even making rumours that make no sence, or just won't happen!!!
Super Cesc
27/06/2006 12:54:00
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i'm sick of all this sh1t... cesc and reyes are contracted until 2011 and i doubt either would have the balls or lack of respect to say to wenger that they want to leave for real madrid, the team we beat in the CL, less than a yr after signing those contracts... on the other hand, i'd never sell cesc, but a bid that matched what we paid for reyes........
theking13
27/06/2006 13:00:00
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On the basis Wenger is subject to the same claims from Madrid he's not in a position to do anything. They also claim to have signed Ronaldo and Adriano I'm sure respective clubs are a bit *****ed off too. FIFA/UEFA etc will never act I guess the key is if the Madrid membership are stupid enough to fall for this posturing. Remember Barcelona's continual tapping of Henry last season, what action was taken and after Cole's run in clubs are too scared to ***** off key players. Unfortunately it is all part of football and we are as quilty as any when it comes to buying "smaller" club players.
vivb
27/06/2006 13:14:00
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Since when was Wenger subject to the same claims from Madrid?
Rocky7
27/06/2006 13:24:00
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he means that real are ckaiming to have signed wenger...that has to be the most pungent smell of bull*@# ive had in a while anyway it seems some clubs are so above the law that they play around with other clubs players openly. i think its a shame and arsenals PR should be a little more vocal NO alot more vocal about madrids antics...
mish
27/06/2006 14:36:00
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i wouldnt worry too much, its all lies just to get votes. stupid ******* spaniards.
elmo85
27/06/2006 14:44:00
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Well vivb, if you believe that Wenger will be going to Real Madrid you'll believe anything.
Rocky7
27/06/2006 15:08:00
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It's pathetic. If this was an English club doing this then FIFA would be jumping all over them
DougInABox
27/06/2006 15:09:00
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Well as you can see the biggest club wants our players which makes it as we have some of the best players in the world.We already got the best player in the world
kenyanrudeboy
27/06/2006 20:23:00
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Its just not worth getting wound up about. If you read this article it will put your minds at ease. http://home.skysports.com/list.asp?hlid=398829&CPID=23&clid=3&lid=&title=Wenger+Real+claim+dismissed. Basically states that all these claims are baseless and its not worth worrying about.
Regiboy
27/06/2006 23:22:00
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